Very happy with these, both how they have eventually turned out, and secondly, with how fast they have been to paint up.
The force is designed to be a small Danish All-Arms battlegroup that could be expected to operate defensively in Denmark itself.
The M109 are Zvezda 1/100 plastic models, the Harrier is by Revell, and featured in a previous post, and the rest are all from Geoff at QRF.
When I say these are finished, I succumbed to temptation and put through a follow up order with Geoff for some mortars, Unimogs as tows, more Landrovers, and reconnaissance in the form of M41 Walker Bulldogs.. utterly useless on a wargames table, but pretty.
|A borrowed RAF Harrier|
|Armour Command, Centurion Mk 5/2 |
|M109 SPG, the FAO in his Landrover, and the Engineers' Unimog|
|AT capability, TOW on Landrovers|
|Battlegroup Command and the Forward Air Controller (I may give him a blue beret)|
|The PBI, conscripts mostly.|
|And the whole force assembled, small but perfect.|
Rather fun to put together, I am hoping the nephew will finish up his East Germans for Team Yankee and we can get forces onto a table.
I also still have acccess to the Cold War Commander battlegroups online tool, so I ran up 2000 points for each, and I am pretty confident I can play 90% without the rules (which are in storage). So if TY doesn't work* there's a fallback. And Plan C is to take inspiration from Chain of Command and write my own.
*Well - actually, I am pretty confident they aren't much chop, but I will give them a fair go.
Nice work, well done on getting them done so quickly.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jason. They were fun and easy to do. I haven't done much modern in 15mm, so these were interesting and experimental.ReplyDelete
I tried TY last month; it's clearly not aiming very high on the plausibility front, but seemed perfectly adequate as a game.ReplyDelete
Danes lovely. A soft spot for me and if you are using Walker Bulldogs you have an excuse to have an F-100 scooting overhead as well.ReplyDelete
well done on getting them done so quickly.ReplyDelete
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Crickey that is literally great work!ReplyDelete
Thanks mate. I really enjoyed doing these, and they are so quick to do.Delete
Realy great ��ReplyDelete
What Company are the base-models of the M41s and the Land Rovers from?